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    (Original post by fishicakeyxx)
    Someone pls reply...
    What's urgent?
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    So i just needed someones opinion to this..

    A young person tried to steal at a local shop. This took place in the UK. That person was caught and confessed their crime to security but was only charged a fine. The police was not called. That person also stole goods from other shops but was not caught. What should they do? And what happens next?
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    (Original post by fishicakeyxx)
    So i just needed someones opinion to this..

    A young person tried to steal at a local shop. This took place in the UK. That person was caught and confessed their crime to security but was only charged a fine. The police was not called. That person also stole goods from other shops but was not caught. What should they do? And what happens next?
    Eh is this theoretical or did it happen?
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    (Original post by Shadow Hunters)
    Eh is this theoretical or did it happen?
    Someone i know has done it..
    Any answers?
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    They should stop stealing and not go back to the shop they were caught at.
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    (Original post by fishicakeyxx)
    Someone i know has done it..
    Any answers?
    "Asking for a friend...:ninja:"
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    They should stop stealing and not go back to the shop they were caught at.
    They were caught and got fined. They promised not to do it again. But what happens next?
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    "Asking for a friend...:ninja:"
    Im asking because i know its wrong. U dont know if its a friend or not.
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    (Original post by fishicakeyxx)
    They were caught and got fined. They promised not to do it again. But what happens next?
    If the police were not called, then nothing happens next. But they should still stop stealing and not go back. They should not have stolen in the first place.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    If the police were not called, then nothing happens next. But they should still stop stealing and not go back. They should not have stolen in the first place.
    Okay.. and what happens to the goods they have on them?.. the ones that were stolen but not caught
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    (Original post by fishicakeyxx)
    Someone i know has done it..
    Any answers?
    Tell their parents
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Tell their parents
    Snitches get stitches BRAPPP BRAPPP
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Tell their parents
    The parents only know about one case because they are paying the fine. Not evrything else..
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    (Original post by TheGoodPharaoh)
    Snitches get stitches BRAPPP BRAPPP
    Thief's get jail time BRAPP BRAPPP
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    (Original post by fishicakeyxx)
    Okay.. and what happens to the goods they have on them?.. the ones that were stolen but not caught
    Well nothing obviously.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Thief's get jail time BRAPP BRAPPP
    Well played
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Well nothing obviously.
    Oh okay.. what if they try and get rid of it?like throw it away or something. Would it be useful to tell an adult?because then it wont be in their posession. (Ill obviously tell beforehand if that was the case)
 
 
 
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